Centers on Urban Tarzan as he runs the privately-owned service Urban Tarzan Animal Relocation. Missions include capturing a deadly python in a residential neighborhood to tracking down a lion that escaped from sanctuary.
Follows the country's preeminent extreme animal handler, John Brennan, who rescues, captures and relocates dangerous and exotic animals in New York City's urban jungle. Series chronicles Brennan's daily adventures as he runs the Urban Animal Relocation team, a privately-owned exotic and dangerous animal relocation service whose perilous missions runs the gamut from removing an alligator from a bathtub to capturing an escaped deadly python. Bitten or stung by nearly every animal in existence, Brennan is fearless when it comes to apprehending nature's deadliest creatures. Written by
I initially only watched this because I saw the ad and Urban Tarzan looked attractive haha.
The main characters are likable and they have a nice story to how they met. Yes I agree with the previous reviewers that it looks like a lot of it is staged but so what? It's entertainment!
I felt myself panic at some moments as they panicked, the scene with the chimp in a shirt and pants holding a gun after drinking cough syrup had me in stitches.
The characters have a great bond and it's easy to relax into the show and be entertained, it's not and doesn't call itself an educational show as such but does make you think of all the idiots that take these dangerous animals into their homes when they don't have a clue what they are doing, if it makes a couple of people rethink their plans then great.
It's worth sticking with and I can't wait for more.
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